On the Border of Hopetown

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  • 2010
  • 29 min

"Direction and acting skills shine in this movie. - Your attention is griped by the real life "everyday" experiences of people passing through." - Juror Golden Gate Awards - San Francisco International Film Festival. A dramatic chronicle of travellers passing through a remote service station located in the Wheat Belt. Ipso-facto Productions 16mm Drama "PALS" and others have garnered Critical Acclaim from some of the most famous International Film Festivals including Clermont-Ferrand and Winning at Mannheim-Heidelberg. An International Film Festival favourite, the Award Winning AFI nominated Drama from Wayne Coles-Janess and ipso-facto Productions. Over the years Wayne Coles-Janess, has consulted and supported a number of drama productions in a variety of capacities. He was delighted to assist with the pre-visualisation during the development of Moulin Rouge with Baz Lurhman.

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"Direction and acting skills shine in this movie. - Your attention is griped by the real life "everyday" experiences of people passing through." - Juror Golden Gate Awards - San Francisco International Film Festival. A dramatic chronicle of travellers passing through a remote service station located in the Wheat Belt. Ipso-facto Productions 16mm Drama "PALS" and others have garnered Critical Acclaim from some of the most famous International Film Festivals including Clermont-Ferrand and Winning at Mannheim-Heidelberg.

An International Film Festival favourite, the Award Winning AFI nominated Drama from Wayne Coles-Janess and ipso-facto Productions.

Over the years Wayne Coles-Janess, has consulted and supported a number of drama productions in a variety of capacities.

He was delighted to assist with the pre-visualisation during the development of Moulin Rouge with Baz Lurhman.

  • Release Date
    2010
  • Runtime
    29 min